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Plan Friday 14th May 2021

We have an intersting week for meals as it is not really normal service. Satutday I have my second covid vaccination so I have done ready meals as I am not sure how I will feel. 

Then Monday to Wednesday our eldest is going to PGL which means each day dropping home at 8 at school and collecting at 6 he will only have a packed lunch and snacks so we need quick and easy meals to have for us when we get him home.

Friday - Pizza for us all.

Saturday - Chicken burgers for the boys and a charlie Bighmas Curry for us.

Sunday - Mac and Cheese for the boys and a charlie bighmas lasagna for us.

Monday - Tortelini bake. I can pre make the tomato sauce and then pop it all in the oven with some garlic bread.

Tuesday - Jacket Potato and Chilli which I can do in the slow cooker

Wednesday - Slow cooker chicken curry with popadoms and naan bread

Taming twins Slow cooker chicken curry

Thursday - I found this mushroom tryabke and sounded really interesting, we will do it on tortilla wraps and the boys will make their own pizza.

Real food tesco Cheats mushroom pizza traybake



  1. We have been enjoying the odd Charlie Binghams meal since seeing you write about them - so thanks for the inspiration! Hope your vaccine goes well.

  2. I've only ever tried a couple of the Charlie Bingham meals and they were lovely but didn't feel there was enough for 2 people. Hope your vaccine goes ok. Have a good week x

  3. I hope your vaccine went OK and you didn't get any side effects. I hope your son has a great time at PGL.
    All of your meals sound so good. I do like the sound of the mushroom traybake. x

  4. I like the sound of the mushroom traybake. Hope your second vaccine goes well. I have mine this week and have planned a simple meal for that day and the following just in case.


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